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Oxnard has over twenty miles of scenic, uncrowded coastline. The sand dunes on the beaches have been used to recreate Middle-Eastern desert scenes in several movies. Oxnard is home to the world-class surf, however, the best surf is inaccessible due to the fact that it breaks at a beach inside Point Mugu, a Navy base. Also, the Oxnard Plain is renowned for its strawberries. Oxnard is the largest producer of strawberries in California. Notable residents have included director James Cameron (Titanic, Avatar) and silent film comedian Charlie Chaplin.

Population: 170358
Local Newspapers: Buenos Dias (Hispanic) Tri County Sentry (African American)
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers (AFL) LA Clippers (NBA) LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Galaxy (MLS) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL) LA Sparks (WNBA)
Local Colleges: Oxnard College

Zip Codes associated with oxnard, california: 93030 93033 93035
Towns/Cities near oxnard, california : San Buenaventura Camarillo El Rio Thousand Oaks

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The cost of municipal golf courses

There is something profound about the absurdity of taxpayers subsidizing expensive recreational activities. While some people may balk at funding welfare, education, even clean air and safe food initiatives, Ventura officials seem to have a particular indifference to costs covered by taxpayers by continuing to write off expenses when it comes to the two city-owned golf courses.

Living up to the name in Oxnard|VC Reporter | Southland Publishing

With a name like Best Breakfast Cafe, you're kind of throwing the dice. You can't be merely good; mediocre food that might pass at any other restaurant is going to seem like a letdown.

Big avocado bust in Calif.

Joseph Valenzuela, Rahim Leblanc and Carlos Chavez have been charged with suspicion of grand theft of fruit. Given that the price of avocados has skyrocketed in recent months, it no wonder a few criminals in California started dealing in black-market avocados.

Kim Kardashian's Makeup Line Expected to Net $14.4M in Minutes

Today, the reality star and entrepreneur, long known for her contoured makeup, is launching her first stand-alone venture in the beauty space, KKW Beauty. In Kardashian's first interview since revealing her fragrance and future beauty plans last week at Forbes Women's Summit , the 36-year-old told WWD she's ready to meet the intense demand of her fans on social media and beyond.

Grand theft avocado: 3 arrested in $300K California theft

In this June 14, 2017 photo released by the Ventura County Sheriff's Office shows suspect Rahim Leblanc, 30, of Oxnard, Calif.

Grand theft avocado: 3 arrested in $300K California theft

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California grid operator agrees to study clean alternatives to Oxnard gas plant

California's electricity grid operator will study clean energy alternatives to replacing the Mandalay power plant with a new natural gas facility. California's electricity grid operator will study clean energy alternatives to replacing the Mandalay power plant with a new natural gas facility.

Holy guacamole! Workers pilfered $300,000 worth of avocados, police say

The glorious avocado - known for its its pebbly armored skin, succulent green flesh and soaring price - is enjoying a global surge in popularity of late. Whether it's the featured ingredient in an outrageously priced serving of avocado toast or the culprit in a sudden increase in avocado-cutting hand injuries, one thing is clear: People are crazy about the heart-healthy fruit.

Worth the fight

June has been an exceptional month so far for area residents, officials and organizations that have been tackling tough issues and waging years-long battles with powerful entities and formidable opponents over causes that impact thousands of people in Ventura County. First, on June 2, a Ventura County Superior Court Judge ruled that Golden State Water Company was on the hook for repairing the Ojai Playhouse movie theater after a water pipe burst and flooded it in 2014, forcing the theater to shut down.

USDA grant will establish water market on Oxnard Plain

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded $1.9 million to a pilot project establishing a centralized water market on the Oxnard Plain, it was announced June 13. The Fox Canyon Groundwater Management Agency approved the plan in November, created through a partnership between California Lutheran University faculty members Matthew Fienup and Edgar Terry. Terry is president of Terry Farms and Fienup works as executive director for the campus's Center for Economic Research and Forecasting.

Broner-Garcia: Barclays Center Confirmed as Site For July 29

Multiple sources confirmed to BoxingScene.com on Tuesday that the Adrien Broner-Mikey Garcia fight will take place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Barclays Center was considered the favorite to land Broner-Garcia since it was officially announced June 1. MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and Staples Center in Los Angeles made strong bids, though, and also were considered by manager Al Haymon, whose company, Haymon Boxing, represents Broner and Garcia.

UnitedAg Awards a Record $117,000 in College Scholarships

UnitedAg, a member-owned agricultural trade association representing more than 650 organizations in California and Arizona, announced today that it has awarded a record $117,000 in college scholarships to 58 children and one spouse from its member-affiliated agricultural families statewide. Provided through UnitedAg's Agribusiness Education Foundation , the 2017 awards raise the organization's historical scholarship total to over $1.3 million since AEF was founded in 2000.

State regulators want a study of clean alternatives to an Oxnard natural gas plant

The operator of the state's electrical grid may conduct a study of clean-energy alternatives to a proposed natural gas plant that would replace an existing facility in Ventura County. The operator of the state's electrical grid may conduct a study of clean-energy alternatives to a proposed natural gas plant that would replace an existing facility in Ventura County.

Drive by these car museums in the west

In Pebble Beach each August, you'll see this kind of jewel -- a 1938 Delahaye 165 Figoni & Falaschi Cabriolet. "L.A. and cars were both born about the same time," Petersen Automotive Museum chief curator Leslie Kendall said.

Swap Your Mustang II Frontend for Something Better

Hot rodders prefer old over new, right? Isn't that why a hot rodder with a six-figure budget would rather spend his money on an 85-year-old Ford Deuce that will take a couple years to build instead of on a brand-new Mercedes S-Class that he could drive out of the showroom in a couple hours? But our preference for old things doesn't extend to outdated technology. There is a whole segment of hot rodders who have a nostalgic attachment to cool-looking vintage powerplants, wheels and tires, and suspension components, but others are looking for the performance advantages of up-to-date stuff.

Courtroom Roundup | Grand Jury edition

The Ventura County Grand Jury is a civil investigatory panel of 19 created to serve "as a voice of the people and a conscience of the community." The all-volunteer panel rules on issues presented to them, but their findings are not enforceable and are merely recommendations.

Broner: Tired of Sitting Around, Watching; Want to Fight Best

But when Mikey Garcia was mentioned to him a few weeks ago as a possible opponent for his July fight, Broner embraced it. Making more money for his next bout obviously helped, but Broner's competitive spirit inspired him to accept the Garcia fight after spending the past three months watching contemporaries Keith Thurman, Danny Garcia, Shawn Porter, Andre Berto, Errol Spence Jr. and Kell Brook participate in difficult fights.

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